The new year is a time when most people like to make a fresh start. Whether it be with their fitness regime or their home decor woes, people tend to follow the saying, "out with the old and in with the new." Here, at Apartment Therapy, we like to focus on bedrooms during the month of January and we've found the easiest and healthiest way to spruce up a dull room is to make the switch to organic bedding.
According to the Info Guru, Robin Becker, organic bedding has a ton of health and environmental benefits. She states, "With almost 1/3 of our lives spent in bed, what we have in our bedrooms does affect us...organic bedding is made of only natural products. The term "organic" refers to the way that the materials are grown and processed. Organic goods are grown or raised without any synthetic chemicals or metals. They do not contain any genetically engineered particles. They are biodegradable. Organic bedding, thus, does not contain any of the chemicals that regular bedding has."
To learn more about the advantages of using organic bedding, read along here.
Shown above the jump, from left to right:
- Organic Bloom by West Elm $19 - $119
- Stixx Bed Linens by CB2 $19.95 - $99.95
- Pleated Sateen Duvet by Coyuchi $164 - $212
- Monochrome Duvet by Fou Furnishings $82 - $170
- Leaf Print Flannel Bedding by Gaiam $72 - $158
- Plus Sheeting by Inhabit $52 - $138
- Unison Larch Organic Blanket $58 - $76
- End on End Organic Duvet and Sham $14.99 - $59.99
Posted originally from: AT:San Francisco